18
Aug
If you're a Gamer Grrl, or any gamer for that matter, you'll encounter things daily that just beg to become a character concept.  Take today for example... I was working away behind my computer this morning doing boring administrative things when the business manager mentions that a web-cam company we work with has released a live psychic cam site.  Then he started laughing because of...
11
Aug
This is something my players often ask me.  Where do you get your campaign inspiration? While I don't have a simple answer, I can say that I borrow and steal from nearly everything I experience in life. I know some DMs who pick up a book for a table-top gaming system and never waiver off the railroad that is the setting's campaign.  Never do they...
9
Aug
I've been writing articles for a few weeks now and if you've been reading them, I think it gives you a little insight into my likes and dislikes.  For example, I think by now you've come to realize I like Vampire: The Masquerade and I'm an official stalker of The Cruxshadows.  You know that I've started running Savaged Freeport and that I like Cosplay Girls. ...
7
Aug
Two weeks ago, I finally was able to dig into my gaming books and pull out a setting that I've been dying to play for ages! Freeport by Green Ronin. For those of you that are brand new to role-play lingo, a setting is where a game is, well, set! While a system is the mechanics behind the role-playing game itself.  For example, Dungeons and...
6
Aug
If you're not part of the table-top roleplaying world, then you may not know what the ENnie Awards are.  They're a really huge deal for the publishers of the great games that we play, the authors and illustrators.  Really, it's like the Academy Awards of the role-playing world only it's the fan base that gets to vote! The whole shindig is hosted by the leading...
3
Aug
Vampire: The Masquerade is a table-top roleplaying game that was first published in 1991 by White Wolf and was created to be a part of the World of Darkness.  This world includes vampires, werewolves, faeries, mages, mummies, and anything else you fancy from the horror genre. There's a few things that makes V:TM different from say, Dungeons and Dragons.  For one, you're probably not going...